We kick off our recommended reading list with two books about love and alcohol.
It’s Ursa Majors season again, and all the finalists have been announced. And just like how Entertainment Weekly pretends they know best, Weasel Wordsmith has its Editor’s Choice list of winners!
The Cupcakes series are intended to be “short and sweet” novellas, and for better or worse, The Peculiar Quandary of Simon Artyle fits the bill.
After the first title in the Cupcakes brand, Kyell Gold’s Bridges, was published, we’ve been interested in finding out what the other two authors running this project were working on. Kevin “Rikoshi” Frane is up next with an as-yet-unnamed story set in a medieval fantasy world, and we’ve managed to squeeze a few details out him.
Bridges, Kyell Gold’s newest novel is a different, experimental story that breaks new ground for the author, including, but not limited to, having to write about girl sex (gasp!).
A week ago I had the chance to sit down with Kyell Gold and Rikoshi, a couple of charming and talented local authors. The interview led to a couple of articles, but I figured you guys might be interested in listening to them yap.
Let’s be honest here, guys, reading is a lot of work. It can’t easily be done while multitasking. It requires a level of concentration that TV and video games (and porn) don’t. And unlike most of my recreational activities, I can’t really enjoy it drunk. But by far my biggest deterrent against reading is that books are long, and I’m a busy guy, god dammit. So how can I get my short quality furry fiction fix without playing the Russian Roulette that is YiffStar?